Kyokuyo won't mind if you call it a cold or even a frozen fish, but something tends to get lost in the translation. Dating back to 1937, the company has evolved from a whaling interest into a broad-market seafood purveyor. One of Japan's top marine products companies, Kyokuyo has operations that catch, process, can, and wholesale fresh, salted, and frozen seafood. It operates its own tuna fisheries, and also purchases seafood from other companies. The company transports its food products (and those of other companies) worldwide via its fleet of refrigerated freighters. Kyokuyo has agreed to buy Shin Tokyo International, a provider of prepared seafood dishes sold at convenience stores run by
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EMPLOYEES (All Sites)
- ASSETS (MIL USD) 1,037
REVENUE (MIL USD)
- TICKER SYMBOL 1301
- Incorporated 1937
- FISCAL YEAR END MAR
- SALES GROWTH % 0.54%
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